Ogamauh annag qwe is crane clan born and raised in Garden River First Nation. Her work focuses on “N’bi G’giikendaaswinmin” (water knowledge) exploring humanity’s relationship to N’bi and how improving this relation can support well-being for N’bi, other beings and humanity. She received her MA from Royal Roads University and is currently working on her PhD at York University. Sue is the recipient of the Vanier Graduate Scholarship; is a co-chair on the Indigenous Advisory Committee to the Canadian Impact Assessment Agency; and a member of the Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge Sub Committee to the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. She has worked extensively with First Nation Peoples and is a volunteer for the Traditional Ecological Knowledge Elders of the Robinson Huron Treaty territory. She is a daughter, a sister, a mother, and a grandmother. Sue lives her life striving for mino bimadziwin (the good life) through the 7 sacred teachings and continuously works to be a good ancestor.
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